Contractions can discourage people when it comes to the agreement between the subject and the verb, so let`s break one of them. That`s all you need to know for this lesson, but if you want to know more, you can visit Lesson 1 of Module 5. Before you begin this lesson, you need to understand what a topic is. Each complete sentence has a subject (person or thing) and a verb (plot). The subject is the person or thing that pronounces the plot in a single sentence. Whether you`re writing or talking, it`s important to use the verb form that matches the theme of a sentence. This is called the subject-verb agreement. In the present tense, for example, the singular noun and the plural noun each require a different verb form. Remember that subject-verb concordance is usually only important in tense forms that use the present tense, such as.B.
simple presence, perfect presence and progressive presence. This is because the present has two forms, while most other forms of time have only one. Let us compare the simple present and the simple form of the past. You can see that execution has two forms of predation, but only one form of past. The same goes for most other verbs. You`ve probably noticed in the meantime that the verb is often the exception to the rule, and this case is no different. This is the only verb that has two forms of the form of the past tense, so you need to pay special attention to it. Kelly is the subject. He is the one who gets a driver`s license.
Sandra is the subject. This is the person who made the race.. . .